Throwback Thursday is a new weekly column on AusGamers where Kosta Andreadis opens up the proverbial gaming industry attic, has a poke around and, amongst the photos of game developers posing in front of exotic cars, finds dusty copies of games from a different time – and plays them!
Those playing Far Cry 4 on PC and experiencing field of view issues (FOV) have inadvertently revealed that they have "accidentally" pirated Ubisoft's open-world game, according to director Alex Hutchinson who states that legitimate copies have none of those issues.
If you thought World of Warcraft was showing signs of weakness in their subscriber count of recent, well it seems that small sign of decay has been wiped clean thanks to the latest Warlords of Draenor expansion launch which has now sold more than 3.3 million copies.
The newly-released Wii U version of Ubisoft's open-Chicago hacking game Watch Dogs (yes, it has actually launched) has spawned two DLC content packs, though neither are the meaty Bad Blood mini campaign.
While BioWare's open-world RPG Dragon Age: Inquisition is available now in North America, Australian gamers are having to wait until tomorrow to grab their copy. In the mean time, the developer has unleashed a new gameplay trailer to help celebrate the impending launch, and boy is it good.
Sniper Elite 3 just up and released two new modes, a new co-operative mission and three new multiplayer maps, all of it for free, on PlayStation 4, with promises that the new content will be on its way to the game's other platforms soon.